Centennial’s top summer reads for sunny days ahead

Centennial’s top summer reads for sunny days ahead

Abby Conrad June 13, 2022

With summer right around the corner, Centennial students will no longer be burdened with homework, studying, and after-school activities. What better way to spend all this extra time than lounging by the...

Graduation Rehearsal Announcement

Abby Conrad May 20, 2022

On Tuesday, May 24, seniors will have their first mandatory graduation rehearsal in the auditorium from 12:20-2:10 p.m. Caps and gowns will be distributed at this rehearsal, so it is important that seniors...

Working 9-5 Their Own Way: High Schoolers and Their Unique Jobs

Abby Conrad March 29, 2022

Most teenagers work typical high school jobs such as hosting, lifeguarding, or cashiering, regularly clocking in for scheduled shifts. Some high schoolers, however, are working on an entirely different...

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West Side Story Review: A Thoughtful Take on a Timeless Classic

Abby Conrad March 22, 2022

The first time I watched my grandmother’s favorite movie, West Side Story, I was seven, sitting on the couch next to her. I was wide-eyed throughout the whole thing, but as the end credits rolled, I...

The Fear of Failure: Centennial Students Reflect on School Stress and Mental Health

Abby Conrad and Eva Clarkson March 1, 2022

While Centennial students are offered a multitude of exciting academic and extracurricular opportunities, the overwhelming feeling of needing to be the best at everything can lead to an intense, pressure-filled...

February 14 at CHS: Staff Couples Share the Memories and Traditions They Love

February 14 at CHS: Staff Couples Share the Memories and Traditions They Love

Abby Conrad February 16, 2022

With all of the excitement and expectations surrounding Valentine’s Day, how do the staff couples of Centennial spend their February 14? After nearly twenty-three years of marriage, French teacher...

Retellings, Dystopian, Mystery…What Will 2022 Bring for Reading?

Retellings, Dystopian, Mystery…What Will 2022 Bring for Reading?

Abby Conrad January 26, 2022

There was an enormous rise in popularity for reading in 2021. In fact, YA (Young Adult) books saw 8 million units sold in 2021, causing the popularity of the genre to rise to 60% overall, according...

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